by bonnetgirl 27 Aug 2014

Made this baby dress and though I might show you how it turned out. The top is a pink onesie cut under the arms and used a pink butterfly print with little sparkle in it. The princess carriage came from bows and cloth.

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by carmenfk 28 Aug 2014

A ONESIE! WHAT A GREAT IDEA, I HAVE A GREAT NIECE TURNING ONE NEXT WEEK, I NOW KNOW WHAT SHE IS GETTING. THANKS FOR SHOWING YOUR IDEA.

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by Leaha 27 Aug 2014

Very clever idea, executing is lovely. :-)

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by pldc 27 Aug 2014

well done, ~hugs~

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by sonjapotgieter 27 Aug 2014

You did a Great Job!!!So Awesome...

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by toogie 27 Aug 2014

Just as sweet as can be!

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by lbrow 27 Aug 2014

Nice job. I also use t shirts to make dresses for my 3 & 5 yr. old greats/ Lillian AKA lbrow

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by noah 27 Aug 2014

excellent hugs

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by 02kar Moderator 27 Aug 2014

Beautiful dress for a cute little girl

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by decojo 27 Aug 2014

a perfect dress for a little princess - great job!

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by sewilso 27 Aug 2014

Very cute!

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by dragonflyer 27 Aug 2014

Very sweet...nice job!

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by workbecky 27 Aug 2014

Adorable idea.

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by RockyB 27 Aug 2014

Very cute and a great idea!

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by anagha 27 Aug 2014

adorable..

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by robinbird 27 Aug 2014

This little dress you've done looks adorable. Wondered where you'd found this idea or did you design it& what size onesie was used? Thanks for sharing it. :~D

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bonnetgirl by bonnetgirl edited 27 Aug 2014

This is a 6 months onesie...It is not my pattern but I don't remember the site I got it from. You mesure 4 inches below underarms and cut off. Take 1/2 yard material and gather it to fit around the dress.Sew the sides together to make like a tube. Run a ribbon around the waist for bow and elastic in bottom.

pldc by pldc 27 Aug 2014

great idea! thanks

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by lidiad 27 Aug 2014

That's a delightful dress!
Hugs, Lidia

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